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Beach, North Dakota
April 12, 1951     Golden Valley News
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PAGE EIGHT THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS. BEACH, N. D. THURSDAY, APRIL 12, ii Annual Report 1950 Golden Valley County Soil Conservation District and U. S. Soil Conservation Service, Assisting SpRXNGS Golden Valley County has a great many springs that make excellent vcatering places when properly developed. The first step in this type of development is to increase the storage capaci- ty either by excavation or blast. ing. To insure permanency it should then be cribbed, fenced, and a ,pipe installed leading to a large tank with an overflow. Ti~e tank should be located as near the spring as possible with- oul endangering the source by :,~'ampling. If the dcvetopment produces a ~ood flow. it is advisable to coy- f STOCKWATER DAMS spillways if at all feasible. Stockwater dams permit star- Provisions should be made to age of run-off water for use dur- have at least tw'elve feet of water ing the summer periods of low in the reservoir at high water water supply. A quarter section mark. The dam itself and the at d,rainage above the proposed spillway should be fenced to reservoir site normally will pro. prevent t,rampling by livestock. vide an adequate source. The A desilting area should be es- water shed or drainage area tabtished a~ the upper end of should be protected from erosionIhe reservoir to prevent it from in ordar that silting will not be filling up with silt. serious. The soil on the site Ponds may be developed for should be of such" nature as to fish and wildlife. Plant cover prevent seepage. The site shouldalong the margins is important be located at ~a point where thein providing food ,and cover for coulee bottom levels out as muchwildlife as well as protection er the source. By so doing andas possible. Make use of natural from erosion. I having the bank located as close- -- ....... ly as possible, fireezing even in IIIlIIIIIIIII[IIIIUlnUlI[IInlIIIIUUUlI|mlHIUl3111111111111[IIIilIIIII,, I the Glovd Bury home Monday sub-zero temperatures will be [i 11 lkT _~[mocning: " " prevented. This is very import- [~ ~]~n~ I~[~.W.~ g[ Johnny Irons was an over-trite ~inter supply is desiced, l i ]ff ....... ~ Jguest at the Ed. Kremers home uuuunmnunnunummmmmmmmmmnmmmmunmmmnmunmmmmmmnmunnmnnunnnm [ iTuesday mr e: .... 1 ~ar. ana Mrs. clarence ~'ascn- Spring Cleaning For Your Clothes Joe Taft of Minot retucned to his farm at Alpha to start his springs planting. Mr. ~nd Mrs. Gloyd Bury and Miss Norma Nellermoe, Rev. and Mrs. Auer were Tuesday nile sup- per guests of the Starks in Ollie. Ed. Sche~man, Mr. and Mrs. Gloyd Bury took in the sale Wed- nesday at the John Strum farm west of Ollie. Mrs. Rudolph Boehtke is visit- ing at the Ernie Wojahn and John Susa homes for a few days. Friends are sorry to hear of the death of Mrs. Oscar Clarin's brother Fred. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Clause gave a birthday party for Mrs. Kar- nes Johnson Saturday nite, Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Kar. nes Johnson and family, Mrs. Ida Johnson, Mr. and iYLrs. Max Northrop and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gloyd Bury, Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Wosepka and Maurice Hogo. ~)om, ' The ,Birthday Club met with Daisy Wassman Thursd, ay after- noon with 8 members and 4 visi- tors. Fciends are sorry to hear Mrs. Lewis Drewnlak is a l~atient at the Dickinson hospital. Daisy Wassman ,and Andrew Kolller were Thursday evening callers at the Gloyd Bury home. Mrs. Karnes Johnson spenV Wednesday with her mother Mrs. Oscar Clarin. 1Vhr. and Mrs. Gloyd Bury were Sunday dinner guests at Pat Plummer's home in Ollie. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ziebarth, Daisy Wassman, and Bemeal Nellermoe attended church at elite Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gloyd Bury and family, Sally and Mike Fasehing~ attended the show in Beach Sun- day nite. Mike Fasching started work at Time out to tone-up with a refreshing Drop in tonight for a friendly re- freshing drink[ Relax in the quiet, congenial atmosphere that makes you feel at home! It's a swell idea[ Dance This Saturday Eve Benefit St. Philips Church Now's the time to empty out your elesets to make rootn for your spring and summer clothes. But before you store away your winter lovelies, have them cleaned so they'll be fresh as new next sea- son. And here's a helpful hint---our mothproofing service will make storage safer. Ask about it today ! Beach, North Dakota ing and daughter returned home Tuesday after visiting her mother in Wash. Mrs. Feed Wojahn took Bob Bird to the doctar Monday. Shorty Mathison was a caller at the Lewi Drewniak home Tuesday. Andrew "Kohler, Daisy Wass. man, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Drewni. ak, Mr. and Mrs. F. Fasching and Zd. Scherman wece business call- ers in Beach Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fasch- ng took their daughter Carol to leach Wednesday where she en- ~red the hospital. Mrs. A~t White was a Tues- ,ay afternoon caller at the John tons home. John Whrtz started work at the ou',s Schmelings Thursday turning. I J FINAL RAIN ASSN. MEETINGS SLATED Final meetings and signups have been slated in this area by the Northeast Montana rain increasing association. Robert W. Taylor of the firm of Olson and Taylor. the association's preci- pitation engineer, will be in this community to sign up fa~'-rners who wish to coopearWe in the program. Meetings will be held at the Golva community hall at 3 p. m. wday, April, 12 at the court rooms in Beach at 7:30 p. m. to- day ,and at the Wibaux court rooms at 10 a. m. Friday. April 13. Over 300 million acres of land have been contracted for in western states, the association re. lx~rts, including southern Idaho. northeastern Wyoming, southern Washington, northern Oregon and eastecn Colorado. All of New Mexico,. large areas of Arizona, Texas and California and north central, northeastern and south- eastern Montana are also includ- ed. The initial membership fee has been set at $1.00 per 50 acres or less, with an lle per acre assess- ment made on cultivated crop land and 5e per .acre far grazing land. ,, The March 30 issue of U.S. News and World Report" quotes several scientists, among them Vannevar Bush, president of Carnegie institution; W. E. How- ell, Harvard university meteorol- ogist, and ~I. S. Houghton, head of the department of meteo~lo- gy at the M~msachusetts Institute Of Technology, who have become convinced that rainfall has been and is being substantially in- creased. Shoots Silver Fox-- A silver fox, a rarity in North Dakota, was shot near Carpio last week by Roy Henderson of Minot, U. S. Fish and Wildlife hunter. The animal will ,be mounted and placed in the State Historical society museum ~n Bismarck. Assistomt County Ageat-- Wayne W. Parris, formerly of Forsyth, Mont., has been n~med county agent at large for Wi,baux county. ,He and his wife have re. eently moved to Wibaux. dltl[lllll|l~llli[.,It hlllllli[lllllllllllll[]nlllllllll|[]lllllXIUU[llmtlHUlll~UmlUilll~un~~ MARK q EVERY GRAVE Monuments Memorials Markers "In America's most beautiful and == enduring granite." g I i Phone 4565 Lefor, N. Dak. ==-- WILL CALL IN BEACH EVERY MoIqT~ i Leave All Inquires at the Golden Valley News , ~m~u~D~n~3~M~rq~u~r'q~u~[~u~3~um~N~U GARRISON INDIANS GET LAND CHECKS The affiliated ~ibes 6ne the Forth Berthold Indian reserva- tion have received the first pay- ment on land to be inund,ated by the Garrison reservoir. The amount of the first pay- ment is $3,020.000 according to R W. Quinn, agency superinten- dent. who ,recently returned from Washington, Much of the balance will be used for relocation of the tribes, relocation of schools, ce- meteries and other items. The m~ney is now being pro- tested for transfer to the indi- vidual Indian money account of those holding claims against the funds. Quinn said "we expect to have this setup ready for busl- ness by April 20." He is urging Indians sid~rable sums due them out a budget plan how money is to be spent. If a is not made available be some delay until a ry decision can be arrived ~:~ ~._- as most of them have aIre!~lE~,~--- - drawn considerable sums ag~r~- their allotments. Return From Wis.-- !V~r. and Mrs. Dan turned recently from Black Falls, Wis., where they several days on business. News Want Ads Bring llllnllllMllllllllllll[lllllllllllllt IIIIIII~ For That UATION IT'S THE 2 Headquarters for Hamilton and watches, and diamonds. Choose your graduation, Mother's and ALL gifts here; our selections never been more complete. Sponsored by W. C. T. U. of O wif "When it's value that counts, the final answer to tlre value Ls how many trouble-free miles o tire delivers compared to its cost. Get long-mileage Goodyear quality and find out far yourself why more people ride on Goodyear tires than on any other kind. Phone 24 Beach, N. Dak.